Environment Agency

East Anglia is no longer in a drought after months of above average rain – but environment officials would still like to see more water added to groundwater reserves.

More than 100 flood warnings are in place today, including for Suffolk and Essex, as more rain is forecast.

It might have been raining regularly since September - but water chiefs are looking for the wet weather to continue until March to replenish parched groundwater reserves.

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